I was pleasantly surprised when I saw Canadian actress Rachel McAdams on the cover of InStyle Magazine
. It's been awhile since I've seen such grace and elegance.
McAdams, who is best known for her work in The Notebook
, Wedding Crashers
, and The Time Travelers Wife
, hits the big screen next month in Morning Glory
as a TV producer charged with revitalizing a struggling morning TV program. The film co-stars Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton as the feuding co-anchors of the show, and Patrick Wilson as McAdams' love interest.
"I'm not shy, but I feel like I give off more confidence than I really have," admits the 31-year-old. "I get in trouble for being overly friendly at times. Two hours will go by and I've been talking to the same person without really wanting to hang out beyond that. My friends will say, 'We were trying to give you an out, and you wouldn't take it.' But I was just having a nice time."